Listen: National Hurricane Center, Hurricane and Florence discussed on WAOK Programming
"This is a special report from NBC News Radio hurricane Florence hurricane. Florence is being downgraded to a category. One storm National Hurricane Center deputy director Ed Rappaport says the storm is still dangerous despite the decrease in wind speed there's not a direct correlation between the wind speed and the amount of flooding that necessarily will get the National Hurricane Center doesn't expect the storm to weaken much before it makes landfall tomorrow. More than one hundred and fifty thousand people in North Carolina don't have power the category. One hurricane is bringing wind gusts of more than ninety miles per hour. In some spots reports say life threatening storm surges predicted in a Carolina's during hurricane Florence reporter Miguel. Almaguer says it's only the beginning of an estimated seventy two hours of hurricane force weather again that storm surge caused serious damage to this area. So."